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Hello. I've seen many players arguing that their phones are capable of running fortnite at good framerates, but it just doesn't, because the game is not optimized. Messing around with the GameUserSettings.ini file I found that there is just a ton of useless settings that are interfering with framerates. So today I bring you this guide to get the ultimate framerates from your phone (or at least stable 30fps)
Needed files: https://mega.nz/file/J55gwBgK#Y0KTkmlLoR6Nr7S1sLTWGy0hKesRk2mEDWb9N8oxOuw
File explorer root browser (for file access, no need to root): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jrummy.root.browserfree
Note: This may work or not work depending on your device. If your device has a very outdaded chipset (SD450 for example) or an Exynos SOC, it will simply overheat or not work. Feel free to try it anyway.
Also before you ask me anything or complaining about performance please read the full guide.
Can I get banned for this? NO. You can't get banned because you are only modifying a settings file, which you are allowed to modify. You can get banned if you use mods, but this is not a mod.
Step 1: Install both apks on your device.
Step 2: Open parallel space 64bit support once, and then open the regular parallel space. It will ask you which apps you want to add. Add one of the apps they want you to add first, then you will see a + icon along the app. Click that and add fortnite (1) and root explorer (2).
Step 3: Open the clone installation fortnite from parallel space and log in with your fortnite account. (3)
Step 4: Once fortnite is installed, then go to the setting tab and set graphics quality to low (we will review this alongside skin physics later in this guide), and 3D resolution to your desired percentage, as well as desired framerate (don't worry, if your desired FPS doesn't appear, we will make it possible later in this guide). Once you are done with the settings, click play and open creative. Then close fortnite. (4)
Step 5: Open the cloned installation of File explorer and skip everything. On the top left corner, you will see a triple bar icon. Click on that and on the "storages" section, click on "root directory".
Step 6: Navigate to the following directory: data/data/com.lbe.parallel.intl.arm64/parallel_intl/0/com.epicgames.fortnite/files/UE4Game/FortniteGame/FortniteGame/Saved/Config/Android/ you will see a file called GameUserSettings.ini. If this file does not exist, try going into creative mode again on the cloned installation. If it appears, click on it and open it with text editor.
Step 7: Now this is the part where you have to be careful. Edit each of the lines exactly as described, or make sure they look exactly like this: (parenthesis numbers are for reference at the bottom of the guide, don't put the parenthesis numbers on the code)
Step 8: Save the file with the floppy disk button in the top blue bar.
Step 9: Close file explorer and open your fortnite cloned installation and enjoy!
(1) We need to clone fortnite to keep the original installation safe, and to access the required files to edit.
(2) We need to clone file explorer because only this way we can access the required path.
(3) Use your regular account, your skins and vbucks are safe.
(4) This is required to generate the settings file we are going to edit
(5) Motion blur is enabled, but is useless if using 60FPS or below. When enabled, it does nothing and affects framerate.
(6) Enabled by default, just disable it.
(7) This option continuously scans for game crashes and errors. If enabled, consumes resources and afects gameplay
(8) Ray tracing is useless below 60FPS.
(9) This should always be on. If not, enable it.
(10) Here you can set any value you think your device can handle. For example if you are using a gaming phone, you can set this to 60 or 90 (please don't use 120, your device will explode). If you think your device will not run stable 60FPS, set it to 45 or 30.
(11) vSync is useful only when the game framerate is higher than the screen refresh rate (for example my game is running at 90fps but my screen can only display 60fps). If this setting is enabled, it causes framedrops and input lag, so it is better to keep it disabled
(12) Here you write the value you set on line 103. This is recommended because you might see the game trying to run at 31, 61FPS at times, depending on your settings. These extra frames will enable vSync and affect performance, so setting the value the same as line 103 will force the game to run at that framerate or below only and keep vSync disabled.
(13) This is your 3D resolution setting. I recommend keeping this between 45.000000 and 65.000000 since a higher value just looks the same but impacts performance.
(14) This is the setting that chooses the graphics quality in the settings UI tab in the game. If set to 0, the setting will be on low. if set to 3, the setting will be on epic. Recommended to keep this setting on 0, BUT if you set this to 2, you will get skin physics, since high settings has physics enabled, without impacting performance a lot. The rest of the sg. values can be left on 0 to improve performance.
I hope this guide helped you. If it did, consider sharing it with your friend who always complains about performance. Cheers!